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I only paid $1.20 for the Redbox copy of Pompeii so it was not a DTS 7,1 and most likely not a DTS 5.1.

 

  you can buy movies at redbox?

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I only paid $1.20 for the Redbox copy of Pompeii so it was not a DTS 7,1 and most likely not a DTS 5.1.

So, you rented the dvd I assume (blu rays are $1.50+ tax, correct?) in which case you got DD 5.1. There is no 7.1 version as the DTS-MA track is 5.1 also. It has already been confirmed by a few on here that Redbox has the DTS-MA track for the blu ray. There is no way they would go through the time and trouble (makes no sense from a financial perspective) to make a separate DTS-MA mix just for the rental.

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I rented Pompeii from Family Video just to see if it would be different the 2nd time around. This was a DTS Master copy and had plenty of deep bass compared to the Red Box copy. The bass is great but, the overall grade of the movie is fair at best.

Renting from Fam Video had nothing to do with it. You were comparing a dvd (from Redbox) vs blu ray (from Fam Vid). What other variables are you not telling us about? Whatever differences you noticed had nothing to do with this being a "Redbox rental".

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Agree with Budd and Nube, Pompeii is a bit of a monster..........that's why I posted this after I watched it wink.gif
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Buddhamus, how much do you bump your trim? Mostly his 4 submersives create a nice smooth response (if properly placed) over multiple seats and QUALITY bass. You could have 8 Orbit Shifters but run the bass dead flat... eek.gif

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I only paid $1.20 for the Redbox copy of Pompeii so it was not a DTS 7,1 and most likely not a DTS 5.1.

Was it mono?😁
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Watched first hour of Pompeii so far not much bass at all. I assume the last 45 mins has it all??

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  you can buy movies at redbox?

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Watched first hour of Pompeii so far not much bass at all. I assume the last 45 mins has it all??

How are you watching it, Netflx, Redbox,= DVD, BD, streaming, etc ? Warning.. watch out because if you don't have a capable sub or subs and watch it at reference then you may miss the hard hitting slamming Bass that's encoded on the disc. Redbox BD-Shows DTS 5.1 HD Master.
You may also be creating controversy for how the bass sounds on your set up. Haha-LOL......

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Redbox BD. Dts-master

I have capable subs/room size I have been a regular on this thread. But as I said so far nothing great. I assume it's towards the end

There was one scene where the ground was crumbling by the shore. But other than that nada

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Redbox BD. Dts-master

I have capable subs/room size I have been a regular on this thread. But as I said so far nothing great. I assume it's towards the end

There was one scene where the ground was crumbling by the shore. But other than that nada
There's low end bass all through Pompeii.
Do you have your mains set to large?

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  you can buy movies at redbox?

you've always been able to buy movies from redbox, but not for $1.50. You'd be surprised by the titles they have for $5-7. I've noticed that once a movie is no longer renting that well, they become available for purchase. I've seen movies released within 2 months and selling for $5.
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you've always been able to buy movies from redbox, but not for $1.50. You'd be surprised by the titles they have for $5-7. I've noticed that once a movie is no longer renting that well, they become available for purchase. I've seen movies released within 2 months and selling for $5.

You can buy them out of the kiosk?
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^^ and bass in Pompeii is not impressive?
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Renting from Fam Video had nothing to do with it. You were comparing a dvd (from Redbox) vs blu ray (from Fam Vid). What other variables are you not telling us about? Whatever differences you noticed had nothing to do with this being a "Redbox rental".

I wish I had paid more attention to what format was used for the DVD. Usually DVD's upconvert and the SQ is excellent. No hidden variable. Either way, I will not be adding it to my collection. For me, Pompeii is a done deal since I don't think it was a good movie.

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^^ and bass in Pompeii is not impressive?
Not the first hour

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You can buy them out of the kiosk?

Yes. When u tap "rent movies", underneath the movie titles is a box that labeled for sale and there you'll find dvds and blu rays. Tap on movie to see for sale price which for blu rays has always been $5-7. Most people don't realize that option is even there and different kiosks always carry different movies
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^^ and bass in Pompeii is not impressive?

I have almost no interest in seeing Pompeii, but the debate here makes me want to see it just so I can have an opinion.

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There's low end bass all through Pompeii.
Do you have your mains set to large?

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First 40mins was mainly vocals...with one scene in there with the guy chasing his horse and the volcano boils up that near by lake..................that volcano grumbling sound was awesome!.....................Once they start the final fight in the arena and the volcano finally erupts after it was pretty much all throughout the movie.
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Meh, Im pretty happy with my Quads, AJ wink.gif.............I heard the Triax too here in AUS at the last DTV GTG and I wouldnt say that was big jump in performance from a Submersive....I couldnt justify the extra cost for me going the Triax route. Im flat to 10hz................and thats in a room that is wide open to the rest of the house lol.

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Buddhamus, how much do you bump your trim? Mostly his 4 submersives create a nice smooth response (if properly placed) over multiple seats and QUALITY bass. You could have 8 Orbit Shifters but run the bass dead flat... eek.gif

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Watched first hour of Pompeii so far not much bass at all. I assume the last 45 mins has it all??

Are we talking another "Elysium" style debate, I finally got my netflix copy in but won't get to view till later this week , are others finding a sub bump necessary (3-6 db) are its just the single digit stuff here were the movie shines. I'll see what if anything I can get from it but I did find Elysium to have excellent bass and a well done soundtrack.
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Are we talking another "Elysium" style debate, I finally got my netflix copy in but won't get to view till later this week , are others finding a sub bump necessary (3-6 db) are its just the single digit stuff here were the movie shines. I'll see what if anything I can get from it but I did find Elysium to have excellent bass and a well done soundtrack.

You don't need to bump the sub like Elysium. The bass feels fuller in general vs Elysium and execution is better IMO.

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You don't need to bump the sub like Elysium. The bass feels fuller in general vs Elysium.

This should be interesting as I've only seen Elysium once and that viewing had no bump and I found the bass levels on par with the rest of the superb mix. Did you find the dynamic range and overall sound mix good at reference volume?
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Meh, Im pretty happy with my Quads, AJ wink.gif.............I heard the Triax too here in AUS at the last DTV GTG and I wouldnt say that was big jump in performance from a Submersive....I couldnt justify the extra cost for me going the Triax route. Im flat to 10hz................and thats in a room that is wide open to the rest of the house lol.

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I am renting Pompei again to confirm the audio track and get a better opinion on it tonight. From Redbox...
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Rented Pompeii from family video. Can confirm the bass was very deep and prevalent. I watched it at around -16 with subs 6db hot (quad PSA Triax's)
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This should be interesting as I've only seen Elysium once and that viewing had no bump and I found the bass levels on par with the rest of the superb mix. Did you find the dynamic range and overall sound mix good at reference volume?

For which movie? I was not as big on Elysium as some as I found the track tilted a bit too much toward the extreme low end and I thought execution was a bit spotty with some weapons sounding wimpy. I had no complaints with Pompeii. cool.gif
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